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CamcorderInfo.com Profile in the Boston Globe

August 22, 2005

By Sheela Raman Robin Liss, a Tufts student who at 13 started her business reviewing camcorders for consumers, is gaining fame as an entrepreneur. She’s a camcorder expert with two websites and 12 employees. She’s also 21. Until a crew from ”CBS Sunday Morning” landed on the Tufts University campus to interview Robin Liss, most Read More

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Videoguys mid-range NLE shootout

August 16, 2005

Affordable Intermediate Video Editing Solutions that enable you to produce much better videos. Over the past few months we’ve been putting together a product line-up of video editing bundles that combine full featured NLE software with analog/DV conversion hardware at a great price. We’ve worked with our vendors to make sure that each of these Read More

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Videoguys' Summer Sizzler Specials

August 2, 2005

FREE UPS GROUND SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER $300 NOW THROUGH 8/12/05 at 3pm EST – Avid XDV4 AV Videoguys’ Bundle featuring Avid Xpress DV & AVLink $499.95 – Pinnacle Liquid Edition 6 & MovieBox Deluxe Another Videoguys’ Bundle featuring Pinnacle’s LE6 software and the MovieBox Deluxe USB2 Breakout Box $479.95 – Canopus Edius NX Read More

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AZDEN INTRODUCES DUAL-CHANNEL ON-CAMERA UHF RECEIVER

July 26, 2005

Franklin Square, NY – Friday, May 20, 2005 • Responding to the needs of professional videographers, Azden Corporation, the leader in audio solutions for videography, is introducing it’s all new 200UPR, a dual-channel, 63-frequency UHF receiver which operates in the 794 – 806MHz band. The 200UPR allows the videographer to record the sound from 2 Read More

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Sony HC1E First Look

July 21, 2005

DMN Product Review: by Douglas Spotted Eagle The Sony HDR-HC1E is the first small-bodied camera in the HDV world, but it’s size belies it’s quality and capability. Aimed directly at the consumer market, this camera has a price of around $1700.00. Smaller than most DV cameras, the native 1440 x 1080 camera uses CMOS technology Read More

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Videoguys Insider Vol 5 Is 7

July 15, 2005

What’s new for digital videographers this summer Summer is here and we have some hot new specials and exciting new products to tell you about. – NEW! Avid Xpress DV 4 with Pyro AV Link Bundle $499.95 – Videoguys now carries NewTek TriCaster!! – Serious Magic DV Rack & HDV PowerPack – Focus FireStore FS-4 Read More

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Sony HDR-HC1 HDV Camcorder Review

July 14, 2005

Camvorderinfo.com by Robin Liss (David Kender, Matthew Culler, and Kerr Cook contributed to this article.) CAMCORDERINFO.COM EXCLUSIVE Although the camcorder won’t ship for another two weeks, we have an exclusive first hands on review of Sony’s new, under $2,000 High Definition (HDV) camcorder, the HDR-HC1. If you were waiting for quality consumer affordable HD in Read More

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EventDV review: NewTek TriCaster

July 11, 2005

By Steve Mack The TriCaster is a gem. NewTek has put together an incredibly powerful little package at an almost unbelievable price point. The live switching alone is probably worth the price of admission, but when you throw in video capture and editing, all in a portable form factor, you’ve got an incredibly useful tool Read More

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Videoguys' Fourth of July Specials… 5% OFF

July 1, 2005

Videoguys’ Fourth of July Specials… 5% OFF ALL Orders with Code #JULY4 Use Your 5% Coupon on These Already Discounted Specials or ANY ITEM WE SELL when you Enter #JULY4 We will be closing Fri, July 1st at 3PM and won’t be back until Tues, July 5th at 9AM. You can take advantage of the Read More

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Seven Questions: Is HDV Good Enough?

June 28, 2005

DMN Interview: by Charlie White Miranda’s vice president of product development, Michel Proulx made a bet on the success of the new HDV format over a year ago, developing products whose success hinged on whether HDV would be good enough for broadcasters to use on the air. Miranda introduced a HDV-to-SDI converter that lets broadcasters Read More

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